The long-awaited D&D Journeys Through the Radiant Citadel has been delayed

Travel through the Radiant Acropolisthe long-awaited adventure anthology for Dungeons & Dragons, delayed by one month, according to a tweet by the publisher. In a statement to Polygon, the Wizards of the Coast cited “domestic production issues” that emerged late in the process as the cause of the delay. The book will be available in stores and online from July 19.

Travel through the Radiant Acropolis is the first D&D adventure anthology written entirely by black and brown writers. Includes 13 new standalone character adventures from levels 1 through 14. Several of these adventures have been reported in detail to the press, including downloads inspired by Asian and Black culture, as well as Caribbean and Arab cultures. Mexico.

A delay in the Wizards release schedule for printed D&D materials is rare, but this is actually the second such delay in less than six months. The Wizards had previously told the press that they initially wanted it Dungeons & Dragons Rules expansion gift set to be ready for the festive season of 2021. However, it had to delay release – which included the first print Mordenkainen presents Monsters of the Multiverse – until January 2022, in part due to ongoing problems with global shipping.

Unlike the vast majority of previous 5th edition books, the Rules Expansion Gift set was printed in China, which, as the Wizards said at the time, contributed to its delay. Polygon asked if international logistics also played a role in his delay Travel through the Radiant Acropolis.

“Production and logistics in the US and abroad continue to face complications and difficulties,” a Wizards spokesman told us. “We produce D&D products in various locations to mitigate these risks of reliability, as well as to bring the game to our players faster, and we will continue to do so as we go along.

Travel through the Radiant Acropolis “It faced domestic production problems that arose too late in the process,” they added, “so the release date had to be revised.”

The delay comes at an awkward time for the Wizards parent company, Hasbro, which is currently embroiled in a mediation race over who will be on its board. The result could affect the future of D&D as well as Magic: The Gathering brand. The final vote is scheduled for June 8.

Anthology was not the only product that was delayed. His release Campaign case: Ground was also moved a month back on August 16th.


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